|Server Local IP||In most cases, leave the default value of 0.0.0.0. If you are using a separate FileCloud policy with ICAP, enter the Private (LAN) IP of the FileCloud server.|
|ICAP Remote Hostname|
Enter the hostname or IP of the system where the ICAP AV is deployed.
|ICAP Port||Leave the default value of 1344 as it is. In rare cases, this might need to be changed to whatever port the ICAP AV server is listening on.|
|Secure ICAP||Enable if the ICAP server is running with SSL or TLS protocols.|
|File Size Limit||This is the file limit in bytes that will be scanned. For example, very large files can be excluded from scanning. Default value is 25MB|
|ICAP Service Name||Consult the ICAP AV server product documentation to know this value. It must be set correctly otherwise integration wont work.|
|Enable Basic Debug Logging||Check this to enable logging of detailed operational debug messages in the (error) logs.|
|Enable Network Payload Debug Logging||Check this to enable logging of detailed network communication related debug messages in the (error) logs.|
User details sent with scan requests
To help the ICAP server determine if a scan is required, the following headers are sent with every scan request:
Header X-FILECLOUD-USER-NAME - name of user performing the upload.
Header X-FILECLOUD-USER-EMAIL - email of user performing the upload.
Header X-FILECLOUD-USER-TYPE - type of user performing the upload. Possible values are "full", "guest", and "limited".
To disable sending of these headers:
- Open the configuration file:
Windows: XAMPP DIRECTORY/htdocs/config/cloudconfig.php
Add the line:
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If scanning fails
If scanning fails because the ICAP server is down, a message appears on your screen, and your Manage Alerts page displays the message: